Legal Advice for Probation — 384 results
Written by attorney Julia E. Simmons, about 1 month ago.
Did you get kicked out of your DUI Alcohol Program? Did you fail to pay your fines or do your DUI community service? Have you been told there's a warrant for your arrest and you're not... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Hackworth, about 1 year ago.
Unfortunately, this is another common occurrence for people in Central Florida on probation. It is one of the nasty, unfortunate facts of probations that often times probation officers and... more
Written by attorney William Umansky, over 1 year ago.
MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IN WRITING: Please confirm everything in writing. If your probation officer gives you special permission to do something, confirm via email that is in fact what the... more
Written by attorney Elmer Sanchez, about 2 years ago.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a Violation of Probation (VOP) or violation of Community Control, it is important to speak to a defense attorney as soon as possible. A charge of... more
Written by attorney Robert LeBrasseur, over 2 years ago.
Probation is that portion of the sentence an individual serves while not physically in custody but subject to the supervision of the Department of Corrections. A person on probation lacks... more
Written by attorney Vincent Ross, over 2 years ago.
This is a brief guide to conducting a successful probation interview prior to sentencing. I call this the four R's: remorse, responsibility, recognition, and rehabilitation.
Written by attorney James Regan, over 2 years ago.
As of 15 DEC 2011 the law controlling how a court arrives at the conclusion that a probationer violated for financial reasons changed substantially.
Written by attorney Joseph Montrone, about 3 years ago.
The majority of criminal cases are resolved with a disposition which places people on probation. If you are on probation, you should make every effort to get off of probation as soon as... more
Written by attorney Jason W. Swindle, over 3 years ago.
Early Termination of Probation
The term probation is most clearly defined as a jail or prison sentence that is allowed to be served while living in the community. While on probation, the... more
Written by attorney Corey Ira Cohen, about 4 years ago.
Jail visits are usually necessary in probation violation cases, because the offender will usually be arrested and placed on a no-bond hold. A no-bond hold means that the offender will... more
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